I feel as though Mrs. Higgins can be quite misunderstood. She is the kindest and when you go to her, she will help you with all of her efforts. Her prompts are ambiguous to give freedom and inspiration to the student's creative mind. She does not tell you exactly what she wants, but she gives you a structure to follow. I find her to be one of the most brilliant and inspiring teachers I've ever had, even moreso than my college professors. If you are struggling, simply ask for help!!
she is a good person but not very good at teaching. she is unclear about everything, doesnt explain anything, tests are hard cuz she never explains or reviews what is gunna be on them. she is seriousl
overall she pretty good as long as you read what is required, pretty nice as well. my only complaint is that her directions and due dates are a little sketchy and inconsistent sometimes.
her tests have nothing to do with anything she ever says. and her hw assignments are very unclear. but she seems nice. she cant explain very well and changes hw assignments at the last minutes.
She's not a bad teacher, but she's very vague about what she wants on projects, and she's really moody. She once yelled at me in class one day and apologized the next... go figure. You have to listen
she is super nice but her class can be very boring, she can have mood swings, her discussions do not prepare you for her difficult tests [especially close reading], gets hw assignments from internet
Mrs. Higgins is very soft spoken, but still a great teacher. You get a whole new perspective on her when you have her for a class besides english
She really needs to speak up... were all thinkign it... just nobody says it
at least shes a nice person. higgins just doesnt seem to express the true meaning of going to school within her classes. not a great teacher but pleasant
let me tell u how i havent made up the last 4 tests i missed and i have an A. she claims that i made up the 3 and she excused the others! heck yes!
Ask a question about Camus and she'll tell you about Emerson
Flaky, but it's usually to the student's advantage. Verry nice.